Putin refuses to answer Azeri journalist's question

Putin refuses to answer Azeri journalist's question

PanARMENIAN.Net - President of Russia Vladimir Putin refused to answer an Azeri journalist's question at his marathon news conference Thursday, December 20, APA said.

APA’s Moscow bureau reported that Azerbaijan media representatives weren’t given a chance to ask a question.

When the conference was nearing an end, APA correspondent noted that “Azerbaijani journalists were not allowed to ask a question.”

In response, Putin said: “You will likely ask about Karabakh,” without giving him a chance to ask a question, according to APA.

Putin, however, apologized to the journalists for not having enough time to answer all the questions.

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